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TODDLERS 

 A whole new world opens to children when they take to their feet. They walk, talk and begin to develop relationships with one another. Our teachers provide a high level of interaction while individually nurturing each child. Our program provides a balanced attention to nurturing, playtime and learning. Their day is filled with sensory experiences that emphasize the importance of a toddler's environment and relationships. Your child will develop confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning. Regular communication between our teachers and families will keep you informed about your child's day. 
Language
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Language is starting to blossom as toddlers expand their vocabulary from single into multiple-word phrases. Our teachers continually model language and engage toddlers in rich conversations. By providing a language-rich environment that encourages your child's progress towards achievement of two-way communication, your toddler will have the opportunity to:
  • Participate in conversations
  • Follow one-step directions
  • Develop an appreciation of books
  • Increase short-term memory and recall
  • Use writing tools 
  • Sign language skills
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Math
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Our toddler classroom is full of math activities from sorting to shape boxes, to matching, to stacking toys, to sensory tables. With our toddler curriculum, our teachers help one and two-year-olds take their first steps towards understanding math by:
  • Using number talk
  • Counting during activities
  • Talking about time
  • Playing sorting and matching games
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Science
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Toddlers have a strong sense of curiosity about how things work and an innate desire to make sense of the world. From stomping in puddles to investigating a sandbox, our curriculum nurtures and builds on these natural instincts, offering toddlers meaningful learning experiences that continually foster and develop their scientific thinking and skills. Our teachers weave scientific learning into all aspects of a toddler's day by offering opportuinities to:
  • Explore multiple solutions during story times
  • Play with puzzles and busy boxes
  • Manipulate playdough
  • Experiment with volume through sand, water and rice
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Art
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Meaningful engagement in the arts allows toddlers to think flexibly, generate creative solutions, and enhance development in other areas including literacy, math and science. Our teachers encourage creativity and innovation by engaging children in artistic experiences that allow them to explore art with all their senses. Your toddler will have the opportunity to:
  • Explore sensory materials
  • Experiment with colors
  • Play, shake and strum instruments
  • Dance with scarves
  • Participate in pretend play
  • Puppet play
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Our World
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Daily activities help toddlers begin to step outside their own boundaries and to embrace concepts such as acceptance, diversity, and personal responsibility. Toddler teachers encourage children to reflect on themselves, their peers, and the world they live in by:
  • Talking about feelings
  • Having show and tell time
  • Encouraging play between peers
  • Expressing compassion
  • Connecting actions to an effect
Well Aware
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The relationship between a child's physical health and social, emotional, and cognitive achievements makes it crucial to ensure he or she feels strong, healthy, and well nourished every day. We focus on child nutrition, safety, and wellness and lay the groundwork for a lifetime of healthy habits. Our teachers enable children to understand how their bodies work, what they need, and how to protect themselves by helping children:
  • Practice small muscle skills
  • Spend time in the natural world
  • Identify healthy food
  • Practice proper hygiene
  • Follow safety rules